September 11th is coming up on Tuesday. We are going to spend a couple of days writing about the events of that day. I wanted to make the kids some writing paper for this project. These September 11th writing pages are free to download. I hope they are helpful! ~Liesl
Here are some suggestions for using these blank 9/11 writing pages.
- Research and write about the events of that day.
- Interview your parents or grandparents. Ask them where they were and what they were doing on September 11th. Find out from your parents or grandparents how things have changed since 9/11.
- Do you think America is more or less vulnerable since that day?
- Should Sept. 11th be a national holiday? What do you think?
- Write a letter to: New York City fire company or police force OR a conspirator of 9/11.
- Listen to former Poet Laureate Billy Collins read his poem “The Names“. Write your own poem about the Sept. 11th
- Do a Virtual Tour of the 9/11 Memorial Museum and write about what you learned.
- Visit writeshop.com for more 9/11 Writing Prompts
Click here (or on the photo) to download the Free 9/11 Writing Pages: September 11 – Writing Paper – Free Printable
Last year, my kids had a lot of fun re-writing many well-known fairy tales. Even my teenage son got into the project and wrote some pretty funny stories with his own twist! You can check out the Fairy Tale Paper here (click on the link or the photo)
We have an Ancient History Writing Paper set including pages on Ancient Israel, Egypt, Greece and Rome, as well as the Aztecs, Incas, and Vikings.
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